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Sharing and being inspired by all the beautiful moments of life.
I find myself an open person. I love meeting new people and learning about the different cultures in our variegated planet. It is so exciting to see how different yet similar we all are. I enjoy both city culture and nature, especially when I'm surrounded by other open-minded and open-hearted people. I believe that we have to deal a lot with fate in our lives and we always get what we need at the certain moment, but I also find that intentions are so much important. Right now I wish to expand my frontiers of knowledge and of course to have fun in this lifetime process! Let's dance and celebrate life together! ;)
While Seietsu was the master of Engaku in Kamakura he required larger quarters, since those in which he was teaching were overcrowded. Umeza Seibei a merchant of Edo, decided to donate five hundred pieces of gold called ryo toward the construction of a more commodious school. This money he brought to the teacher.
Seisetsu said: "All right. I will take it."
Umezu gave Seisetsu the sack of gold, but he was dissatisfied with the attitude of the teacher. One might live a whole year on three ryo, and the merchant had not even been thanked for five hundred.
"In that sack are five hundred ryo," hinted Umeza.
"You told me that before," replied Seisetsu.
"Even if I am a wealthy merchant, five hundred ryo is a lot of money," said Umezu.
"Do you want me to thank you for it?" asked Seisetsi.
"You ought to," replied Umeza.
"Why should I?" inquired Seisetsu. "The giver should be thankful."
Psychology, anthropology, religions, healthy and sustainable lifestyle, rainbow gatherings, eco communities, vegan and raw cooking, sports (I'm a lot into karate kyokushin myself), wool felting, homemade organic cosmetics. I love many different styles of music such as jazz, blues, electronics, some old rock and pop stuff, experimental music, folk - enjoy singing Lithuanian folk songs myself, maybe we could exchange some? :)
- make up
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
That's out of question, falling in love of course! :)
Teach, Learn, Share
I really like this idea. Let's see what I can share.
• Lithuanian folk songs and singing in general, so if you play some instrument or sing as well or simply like jamming with whatever you have on hand we could make a music event!
• I have some experience in soap and balm making which I could share. Looking forwards to trying cream making. We could even have a little workshop.
• Wool felting - both wet and dry wool felting.
• Poi - I'm learning to play poi - already know some basics, so can either share or learn from skilled players.
• Sports - I'm always happy to cycle! Some karate fighting also works fine for me :)
• Sharing recipes and cooking experience - vegetarian, vegan and raw are my areas.
• I also love sharing various ideas about society, culture, healthy lifestyle, religions and sooo ooon :)
I want to learn:
• info about eco communities and eco villages all around
• jambe playing
Countries I’ve Visited
Austria, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Latvia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Slovakia, Turkey
Countries I’ve Lived In